Copper Verdigris

The verdigris copper cladding of the hull of a frigate in Ebeltoft, Denmark.

The copper verdigris cladding of the frigate in Ebeltoft, DenmarkThe copper verdigris cladding of the frigate in Ebeltoft, DenmarkThe copper verdigris cladding of the frigate in Ebeltoft, DenmarkThe copper verdigris cladding of the frigate in Ebeltoft, DenmarkThe copper verdigris cladding of the frigate in Ebeltoft, DenmarkThe copper verdigris cladding of the frigate in Ebeltoft, DenmarkAn overview of the hull as seen from below. Al is lurking in the corner of the photo to give some sense of scale.The verdigris copper cladding of the hull of the Frigate Jylland in Ebeltoft, DenmarkAnother shot from the side; here the stairs in the background give a sense of scale.The verdigris copper cladding of the hull of the Frigate Jylland in Ebeltoft, DenmarkI thought I’d try a boat theme here combining the verdigris of the frigate with Kanderenden Beach in the north of Denmark and petroglyphs of boats from Sweden’s Bronze Age, 9700 years ago.Kanderenden Beach with copper verdigris and petroglyphs from ScandinaviaFrom Wikipedia: Jylland is one of the world’s largest wooden warships, and is both a screw-propelled steam frigate and a sailship. She took part in the Battle of Heligoland on 9 May 1864, and is preserved as a museum ship in Denmark.

More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Teal, Aqua, Seafoam or Turquoise.

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